[conspire] Link to Online Computer Software Training and other things.

Edward Cherlin echerlin at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 13:31:23 PST 2008

On Feb 10, 2008 4:15 PM, K Sandoval <indigo.kai at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello this email goes out to David and anyone else who might be interested.
> I was doing research on how to learn about linux and what kinds of
> educational tools/resources are out there and I found this site.

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> http://www.vtc.com/
> I found several Linux/Unix courses here.
> http://www.vtc.com/operating.htm
> $30 for One Month Access
> Over 475 Courses
> Unlimited Access
> Note: some of the video tutorials are freely available to help you
> evaluate the training. Click on any of the linked lesson listings
> below to preview FREE!
> I got a preview of some of the Linux: Introduction to Linux chapters
> and I thought this course was very informative.
> I really like this site because each lesson appears to be about 10
> minutes long, you can start-stop and restart the lesson, you can
> review a lesson 2 or 3 times if needed. I am seriously thinking of
> taking advantage of this site for a month or two and try to learn as
> much as I can.
> I also found a "Lab Manual" on Amazon.com and I was thinking of giving
> this book a try also.
> http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Unix-Linux-Manual-Student/dp/0072226943/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1202688513&sr=8-1
> p.s.  I am also interested in a text to speech app.  I found orca and
> will do some research.
> Does any here have any experience with text to speech apps for Ubuntu
> or Linux in general?
> --
> Ms.Kai Sandoval
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